Browse photos, videos, interactive websites and apps dedicated to memorializing those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces overseas. Their service, achievements, and sacrifice are illuminated — dive in to learn more.


From left, ABMC Deputy Secretary Robert J. Dalessandro, National WWII Museum President and CEO Stephen Watson, and ABMC Commissioner Evans C. Spiceland met to formalize partnership.
The visitor center at Cambridge American Cemetery opened in 2014, and features exhibits and films. Photo Credit: Warrick Page/American Battle Monuments Commission.
Airmen stand with wreaths during the 2018 Veterans Day Ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery. Image courtesy of David Cross.
Airmen stand with firearms during the 2018 Veterans Day Ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery. Image courtesy of David Cross.


More than a half million Americans gave their life during World War I and World War II. They died fighting to protect freedom and democracy around the world. Hear family members remember those they lost, who are buried overseas in North Africa American Cemetery.
On May 8, 1945 World War II ended in Europe. This piece was produced by the United News Company in 1945. Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
In this online, video tutorial, learn how to use the Battle of the Atlantic interactive. In less than three minutes, you'll receive an overview of this resource that explains this pivotal World War II battle.
Seen in the Cambridge American Cemetery Visitor Center, this film shares the story of those Americans who were based out of the United Kingdom and fought and died in the Battle of the Atlantic, the Strategic Air War and in preparations for the Normandy invasion.


Learn about the “friendly invasion” of Great Britain by the United States during WWII. Their mutually beneficial relationship deepened during the war when hundreds of thousands of Americans came through the British Isles.
The Atlantic Ocean served as a critical supply route to the Allies during World War II. Follow the course of this battle, seeing how the Allies and the Axis powers fought bitterly to control these waters.
The Allied Strategic Bombing Campaign of World War II aimed to destroy infrastructure and civilian moral. Follow the actions of the Allied Air War from the beginning as they ramped up their air capability all the way to the end of the war in Europe.
Experience the history of World War II with this interactive timeline. View maps, watch videos, see photos and read about the events that shaped the war.


Cambridge American Cemetery App
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